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Trade war may lead to market volatility and hamper EM growth

Trade war may lead to market volatility and hamper EM growth

Trade negotiations between the US and China have soured dramatically since early May 2019, when Chinese officials sought major changes to the text of a proposed deal that the Trump administration ...

Qatar does not see much risk to domestic stock market from global volatility: QCB governor

Qatar does not see much risk to domestic stock market from global volatility: QCB governor

Qatar does not expect much risk to the domestic stock market from global markets’ volatility, due to the country’s favourable macroeconomic fundamentals ...

India hopes to cut losses from rupee fall with reserves

India hopes to cut losses from rupee fall with reserves

The volatility is being driven by global factors, including proposed US sanctions on Iran and the mismatch in demand and supply of oil.

We cannot afford a slow start: Wenger

We cannot afford a slow start: Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the strength of competition in the Premier League means his side cannot afford another false start if they are to challenge for the title.

Stroke survivors without complications still face risks

Stroke survivors without complications still face risks

Even stroke survivors who don’t experience any immediate complications are still more likely to die or have a heart attack than people who never had a stroke, a recent Canadian study suggests.

US-backed Syria force advances against IS in Tabqa

US-backed Syria force advances against IS in Tabqa

A US-backed Kurdish-Arab alliance is advancing against the Islamic State group in the key town of Tabqa near the jihadist bastion of Raqa in northern Syria, a monitor said on Sunday.

Work on renewable energy projects under way: minister

Work on renewable energy projects under way: minister

Significant works are currently under way to ensure that 200MW power would be generated from renewable energy sources, mainly solar, by the turn of the decade, it was informed yesterday at a briefing held after the launch of the Ras Abu Fontas A3 water plant.

Arsenal went back to basics: Oxlade-Chamberlain

Arsenal went back to basics: Oxlade-Chamberlain

Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain said his team had gone back to basics in their 2-1 Premier League win at Middlesbrough on Monday after recent performances that were not good enough.

WISH to attend global ministerial summit on patient safety

WISH to attend global ministerial summit on patient safety

The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) will attend the Second Global Ministerial Summit on Patient Safety, hosted by the German Federal Minister of Health, Hermann Gr?he, in Bonn, Germany, on March 29 and 30.

Asian Town to host an array of events for QND

Asian Town to host an array of events for QND

An array of activities will be held at the Asian Town to coincide with the Qatar National Day celebrations.